the majority isn't with me? the majority can agree Pac is a legend. Pac arguably the had the most impact on hip-hop. Pac is one of the greats
BUT when sheep a.ss n*ggas try to convince themselves that Pac was more "real" than any other MC? hell no
And you base this real sh*t because he made songs like "Dear Momma" and "Change" Pretty much every man, especially black men love there mother to death so he doesn't get points for that
Once again you fail to show what makes Pac any more "real" than any other MC :rolleyes:
thank you for giving me that segway, exactly alotta cats have the EXACT same feelings that pac had but pac was the only brave enough to show ppl that side of him when other rappers were breaking their knecks trying to convince ppl of how tough they were and wouldnt risk any display of sensitive emotion, pac said phuck i know who i am, i dont give a phuck and had enough back bone to do alotta things musically that other rappers were too scarred to do like YOU said, alotta black men shared points of views pac did but who the hell made a dear mama before pac? or a keep your head up? or a brenda's got a baby? when the thugs and street dudes of hip hop kept making the same songs recycled pac came and hit you almost every time with a new song speaking in whole on a subject never fully touched on. He stood away from the pack. He was real because he didn't care about ruining a "tough" image, the streets and rap game try to make it uncool to show sensitivity but pac had enough back bone to be his own man and lead the path and i really feel like he made it cool for other rappers to come out after him and encouraged them to do the same songs, and thats why he gets so much respect today because he was REAL with himself to not let public peer pressure mold his music, and REAL with his fans to show them that side. Any REAL person has a sensitive side, the side of them that is bent with emotion from adverse situations and pain, rappers rarely show that side and when they do they just lightly touch on it, Pac's wasn't scarred to dive into it and give you the whole 360 degree perspective, he didnt hide his sensitivity and emotions in the closet like these otha hustlers and gangsters in the game and thats what made him seem more than just another street dude or rapper, he cared more about showing you that he was human and went through it like you went through it. He said the the things everyone knew other rappers were scarred to say, and in a way that other rappers wouldnt.